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24 July 2017 By Andy Critchlow

The kingdom’s pact with OPEC to damp output is crumbling and has failed to drain inventories, or boost prices, fast enough. One suggestion is to reduce its own exports by as much as a seventh to shock markets into submission. If that fails, though, Saudi would look impotent.

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